Maggie Green recently graduated from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, where she focused on science and health care news. Before that, she worked in social media marketing for a children’s hospital and as a professional circus artist. Maggie is California bred and Tennessee raised, but her dog definitely prefers New York City.
A Hitchhiking Rock's Guide to Saving the Great Barrier Reef
A mass of floating rocks the size of Manhattan could be the boost the reef needed.
Scientists Test the Safety of a Key Sunscreen Ingredient on Skin Cells
Don't DIY your sunscreen just yet.
Stardust in Antarctic Snow Is Revealing Where We Are in the Solar System
“It allows us to assemble a story about what our place in the cosmos is."
The Truth Behind Fasted Cardio and Calorie Burn
"I just think it's just a way to make exercise sound a little bit more sexy."
An Anti-Burnout Pill May Now Be Possible, but Scientists Say It's Unethical
"Any intervention that targets the individual is going to be like paddling upstream."
Why the FDA Is Warning People Not to Drink "Miracle Mineral Solution"
"To be useful in the body, it has to kill germs, but not kill the body."
This Lab Uses Technology to Feed the Planet
Insect protein bars and avocado peel dyes may be the future of food.
People Can't Cope With a TV Series Finale for This Psychological Reason
The end of any relationship is tough, even if that relationship is with a TV character.
How Free Wifi Became the Unlikely Lifeline for One Brooklyn Neighborhood
A free wifi project became a community salvation.
This Is the Best Time to Exercise, Scientists Say
Your gym routine affects your #gainz more than you think.
Date Night Ideas: Scientists Settle on 3 Activities to Turn Up the Romance
Creativity and collaboration make for a better date.
This Is How Much Coffee You Should Be Drinking Every Day
The safe limit is much more reasonable.